Utilization of process improvement to manage change in an academic library
Changing the way that academic libraries operate is necessary to accommodate increasing demands for resources with shrinking materials budgets. This article demonstrates how one library administration is managing change. It also shows that these methods can be adapted to fit the specific needs of other institutions.
Academic libraries – Finance; Budget deficits; Lied library – Appropriations and expenditures
Collection Development and Management | Library and Information Science
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Nozero, Victoria, and Jason Vaughan. 2000. “Utilization of Process Improvement to Manage Change in an Academic Library.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship; Vol 26:6, 416-421.
Utilization of process improvement to manage change in an academic library.
The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 26(6),